Uppdaterad: feb 27
There is currently an ongoing revision of EN ISO 13849 taking place within standardization committees within ISO and CEN and this blog post series will try to shine a light on what the current status of the revision is. (For those of you never having heard of EN ISO 13849 it is a harmonizing B-standard versus the machinery directive. If you want more information on this specific standard, please read this blog post or this blog post series from Doug Nix.)
A while ago I wrote three blog posts outlining in detail the changes in the standard but as the revision work is ongoing I have decided to halt that work and remove the content of these posts until the DIS is released in the end of April. Sorry to make you disappointed but I can refer you to this shorter summary for now. Please be on the look-out for when I post the final four posts in May 2020.
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The blog posts in the series:
General, overview and methodology (chapters 1-4) (not released)
Specification of safety functions and design considerations (chapters 5-6) (not released)
Software, Verification, Ergonomics, Validation and Documentation (chapters 7-13) (not released)
The Annexes (not released)
Consultant at Zatisfy AB in Umeå. Roberth want companies to include CE marking naturally in their daily work. Roberth is taking part of the standardization of EN ISO 13949 by being a member of TK282 at SIS.
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